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sectors under the president has been technology. second only to consumer discretionaries. the tech sector up more than 100% over the past four years. and 13 days of trading into 2013, the tech sector continuing its gains of just under 2% and this week is a big week for tech earnings, everyone. coming up, we will break down the most important things you need to know about the big reports. and are you better off than you were four years ago? well, at least your 401(k) might be. how do you make sure that your portfolio has returns? like all of this, we have a guy that can help you. the multistrategy income fund is outperforming 99% of its peers. it is up 24% year over year. angel oak cofounder and chief investment officer will be joining me during this hour to tell you why he is going big on real estate. plus, we've seen the beginnings of a rebound in the housing recovery, but is washington's best investment the white house? all right, i'm going to tell you what its value. president obama is officially sworn in for his second term and using the opportunity to call for unity in washington. pe
was the flow at the end of the day, and would you go into next week holding technology? is that another weak spot, do you think, next week as stephanie just pointed out that a lot of industrial names, the real economy stories, are going to start driving things? >> well, maybe. they were buying beamary little bit and beamer reports next week, too. you can't turn your head for a minute in this market. washington puts out a little blush they will start cooperating with each other, that seems to be a little bit of a catalyst. kind of gave us anni impetus foa bust. if you go back two years, 2011, bump early in the year and the markets sold of held and then sold off. last year it looked like it might follow that same pattern, and then it didn't. it continued to rally into the close. so you almost have a january effect, a bit of a performance. starting early and people getting involved right away. involve picked up today. an expiration that accounted for some of it. money flow looks like it's coming in. seeing on the institutional side and no reason why you wouldn't be involved. if you try to buy t
investors? we ask technology analyst scott kessler. >> tom: and the comeback in housing could be a boon for truck sales. how u.s. automakers are getting ready for a pickup in pickup sales. >> susie: that and more tonight on "n.b.r." on early economic numbers as well as from the corporate corner. we'll have more on facebook and its big announcement coming up in a moment. over all, stocks were lower with investors reacting to some weakness we saw in u.s. manufacturing. buyers, though, were able to step in, with the blue chips moving higher. it was disappointment over the facebook announcement that led to more selling in textbook shares as apple's stock continued for the second day in a row. the dow industrials closing up 27 points, and the nasdaq lost six, with the s&p 500 rising almost two points. >> as tom mentioned, we got an early read on how american factors are doing. and it is not good. manufacturing contracted for the sixth straight month. and the federal reserve tallied the numbers and said the index for december was pressured by a drop i in new orders and shipment. and the condi
, stormwater development -- these are independent technologies. but what came first, most often, was a water supply system. the basic system is essentially the same as we used back in the 19th century. and in some cases, some of the same pipes. grusheski: philadelphia was the first american city to develop a water system and to take on as a municipal responsibility water delivery to all of its citizens. when william penn laid out the city, he actually chose a spot of land that had a lot of groundwater. however, by 1730, 30,000 people lived within the first seven blocks of philadelphia, next to the delaware river. well, 30,000 people caused filth in the city and polluted their water sources. the groundwater was not potable. and in one year, 1/6 of the population died of yellow fever. now, they didn't know at the time that yellow fever was carried by mosquitoes. but the health issue was major in that first movement to build a water system. narrator: so they set out to find the cleanest source of water. although the majority of philadelphia's water now comes from the delaware river, early engin
is the technology expert at barrango corporation of south san francisco, california, a preeminent player in the $2 billion-a-year visual merchandising business. >> we create props, decorations, displays for stores, shopping malls, amusement parks, any commercial properties. >> reporter: this all started right after the san francisco earthquake. a newly-arrived italian immigrant named barrango, a sculptor by trade, started making mannequins, the most lifelike anyone had ever seen. but it turns out the real gold was in holiday displays, and, for over 100 years, barrango has been manufacturing them and classic carosels for retailers around the country and the world, from boston to burbank, from berlin to beijing. yes, they ship to china, but they don't make it there. >> we've had the opportunity to go to china and have things manufactured, but we're a quality, hands-on family, company, and we need it to be in america in order to produce what we've got. we can't just turn it over to production in another country. >> reporter: it is that quality- first mantra, along with its global reach, that squired
more powerful, they're also more fuel efficient and loaded with new technology. ruben ramirez reports. >> reporter: if 2012 was the year of the fuel efficient "green car," 2013 is shaping up to be the year of the truck. the big three-- gm, ford and chrysler-- all are out with new 2013 models or concept pickups that will start hitting showrooms over the next few years. the three are fierce competitors in the full-size pickup segment where profit margins are larger compared to cars. jeffries auto analyst peter nesvold says automakers make $12,000 to $15,000 in profit for each full-size truck they sell. >> to put that into perspective, small cars might be anywhere from $2,000 to maybe $4,000. so when you get that shift towards trucks, that's quite powerful to earnings. >> reporter: g.m. has two new models, the chevy silverado and g.m.c. sierra. >> the truck margins are still certainly strong for us; they continue to be for the entire industry. and with this new truck, that'll be no different, but it's still a great value for the customer. >> reporter: even with the higher margins, buyers
. >> coming up tonight on c-span2, the community indicators features a discussion on technology and innovation. the los angeles mayor, antonio villaraigosa talks about his push for comprehensive immigration reform, and later, arizona governor jan brewer delivers her state of the state address. >> there's a new ebook on the market called how the technology can fix the budget and establish obama's legacy. the co-authors are both fcc officials. reed hundt in the clinton administration, and blair levin spent time there as the national broadband plan. gentlemen, thanks for being here. mr. hundt. your book's subtitle. how can technology fix the budget and help us over the so-called fiscal cliff. >> guest: that is the subtitle and it's a bit of a mouthful. the fundamental idea here is if you spend time in silicon valley, spend time in detroit where the automobile industry is being rebuilt. you spend time outside the beltway you see that america has the potential to generate abundance for its own citizens and for the world. you spend time only inside the beltway it looks like a zero sum game, looks li
of the biggest names in technology and a big party apple ecosystem. talk about qualcomm. talking strategy with the ceo of qualcomm, paul jacobs. and ken fisher, ceo of merck, a pioneer in new targeted therapy talking to liz, plus you know him, chairman and ceo of coca-cola. just the tip of the iceberg in terms of business leaders coming up. tune i into the fox business network all week long for the biggest interviews from davos. let's get to research in motion. the stock is jumping once again, cracking the $17 mark. heavy volume today. how much of this is due to a potential licensing deal? talking about selling the entire company, maybe it is just excitement over blackberry 10 due out at the end of the month. shibani joshi telling us about that. joining us, senior research analyst with an underperform rating and $7 price target on the stock. let's talk about where the stock is right now. many had discounted, ready to be torn apart, now there is renewed interest in this company. it's blackberry 10 going to deliver, do you think? >> at the end of the day they're facing a significant uphill
's decision to upgrade the hydraulics and other mechanical systems with next-generation technology that runs on electricity. >> you've got generators on board the aircraft that are powering the systems directly with electricity. that, of course, means a lot more juice is flowing through the plane. it also means you need more powerful batteries as backup systems. >> reporter: investigators from the federal aviation administration and national transportation safety board are working with their counterparts in japan to try to determine whether a manufacturing defect caused the battery in an all nippon airways 787 to burn up. if that proves to be the case, boeing may find the fix is straight forward. but if the problem is the lithium battery technology itself, boeing faces a more difficult engineering challenge. >> lithium ion batteries have a lot of power and of course there are many types of batteries out there and hopefully a substitute can be found, but nothing is absolutely set in stone at this point. >> reporter: boeing might be able to design a container to prevent or protect fires caused
't be better? >> we decided to sell the boeing. couldn't say the headline risks. technology is doing swimmingly. united technologies, honeywell, all make a lot of sense. i bless the trade and the investment because it's a multiyear cycle. jake in new york. jake? jake? hit me! >> caller: jim cramer, how are you doing today? >> couldn't be better. how about you? >> caller: i'm doing pretty good. i'm calling about panera bread today. i hopped on the stock's bandwagon and i think it has fabulous growth potential. but in light of yesterday's news from chipotle that food costs are rising, do you think the growth is sustainable and whether this stock is a buy in 2013? >> let's distinguish that. chipotle was expensive stock. both are expensive on price per earrings basis but not on growth basis. paer in ra said repeatedly there's very little inflation pressure on their particular products. right now, both up a lot. but panera is less expensive with chipotle with a better growth path. so there you go. joey in florida. joey. >> caller: hey, jim. what are your thoughts on usac? it's been underperforming s
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of oakland needs to do its streets safe. the councilman joins us live in the studio. >>> how technology hopes to change risk. up next on health watch. >>> and we've got a beautiful sunday on the way. plenty of clear skies around the bay area. the numbers are freezing in parts, but it will get warm from there. the details after a break. world-class surfers taking whatever you're in the mood for, sizzler's endless salad bar has over 50 delicious choices. soups, salads, appetizers, and more starting at $8.99 for lunch. sizzler. where fresh is fun. famous for world-class surfers taking epic rides on huge waves. >>> welcome back. the time is 7:40. well, mavericks is famous for world class surfers taking epic rides on those waves. >> and wipeouts are epic as well. but new technology may help surfers tackle the monster waves more safely. >> that's nathan. >> reporter: maverick, it's a show like no other. the world's best surfers line up to ride one of the world's biggest breaks, but big wave surfing is not without risk. riding here can be deadly. and now a
? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. >>> four days before the inauguration the latest nbc wall street journal poll is out with the breaking news. john harwood in washington. john? >> tyler, we've just got one question. the full poll comes out tonight but this shows you some of the difficulty president obama is going to face with this gun control issue he's pursuing. look at the public image of the national rifle association. it shows you it's a pretty tough target. at three different decision points after tragedies, columbine they had a net negative rating. at the giffords shooting it was better in early 2011 and after newtown it is not much worse, 41% positive, 34% negative. that's not bad as they set out to fight what the president is planning to do. when you compare that to the entertainment industry and hollywood, which is a target some republicans are urging to focus on because of the violence in movies and video games, two to one negative for hollywood and the entertainment industry. it grates people on the coast and on the left
at the moment at 3127 and technology among the groups suffering today. the s&p, again, here we go again. any positive close for the standard & poor's 500 would be another five and a half year high for the s&p. let's take a closer look at the markets in today's closing bell exchange with our guests. andres, you and i were talking about the markets earlier. what do you think? getting ahead of ourselves with the rallies we've had so far this year. >> earnings matter, and we're in earnings season. to a certain extent we might see some consolidation in the short term. if we look at valuations, still looks attractive or trading 13 times future earnings, 12 months ahead. the average has been 15 in the last ten years. >> right. >> so valuation for the medium term and long term still looks attractive but i would say in the short term we could see consolidation. >> peter, what do you make of the earnings that have come out so far? we made much of the bank earnings which for the most part were very good. other sectors are at 52-week highs right now. housing, airlines, what do you make of what we're hea
... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. >>> almost five and a half years ago it was the rapt heard round the world, cramer calling out the fed for not understanding the magnitude of the crisis that resulted in financial market turmoil. >> i have talked to the heads at almost every one of these firms in the last 72 hours and he has no idea what it's like out there. none. bill pool has no idea what it's like out there. my people have been in this game for 25 years, and they're losing their jobs, and these firms are going to go out of business and he's nuts. they're nuts! they know nothing! >> cramer -- >> i have not seen it since i went five bid for half a million shares of citigroup and i got hit in 1990. this is a different kind of market. the fed is asleep. >> a lot more evidence cramer was right, as shown in the minutes of the meeting that took place days after that tape. william pool, said my own bet is the financial market upset is not going to change fundamentally what is going on in the real econ
, even in the face of all these technology companies that are coming here and helping us uplift our economy, even within that success, you hear me talking about the people who aren't getting those jobs, the people who are making decisions everyday in our streets, in our community, and i will not be mincing words -- it is in the bay view. in in the visitation valley. it is in the mission where their dispute resolution is at the end of a gun and this is the way they're talking. this is the way they're dealing with each other and then with anybody who attempts to interfere with that. you have heard me say even with the success of all of our departments and everything that they're doing i can't give a job to a dead youth no matter what we do, and so i can have the best training programs. i can have a high number of jobs available. eric mcdonald and i can create 10,000 jobs in the summer, but if our youth are resolving their differences with the point of a gun or the end of a knife those jobs are never going to be available to them. how do we interrupt that violence? i cannot put i
of debate, a lot of the fight over this technology relates to things that are essentially not proveable right now. someone a mile away from a well says that there is some contamination, not so much the fracking slides but the salty water that comes out of the well. you can say there is salty water there, but you can't prove that it's coming from that drilling operation. there are a couple of technology technologies being developed where essentially you'll have a fingerfingerprinting process. every well would have it's fluids tagged, a molecular tag which is would be like a label or barcode. there you could say there it is. and the fracking fights--you would have a sense of accountability. then on other things, a month or so ago in the blog i wrote about a simple infrared camera can emit the gas emissions. unlike other kinds of pollution in the air so with the right kind of camera, and these are not expensive anyone, including a non-government environmental group can point to emissions and say there is a problem here, then it's up to government to push forward. so much of the debate abo
. and they are doing swimmingly. united technologies, honeywell, all make a lot of sense. i ple bless the trade and investment. it's a multiyear cycle. >>> jake in new york. jake. >> caller: jim cramer, how are you doing today? >> couldn't be better. how are you? >> caller: i'm doing pretty good. i'm calling about panera bread today. i hopped on the stock's bandwagon and i think it has fwabulous growth potential. but with news on chipotle that food costs are rising, do you think the growth is sustainable and whether this stock is a buy in 2013? >> let's distinguish that. chipotle was expensive stock. both are expensive on price per earrings basis but not on growth basis. panera says very little inflation pressure on their particular products. they have pass ted on price increases. right now, both up a lot. but panera is less expensive with chipotle with a better growth path. >>> joey in flea. >> caller: hey, jim. what are your thoughts on usac? should i put my money in something like this or cvr refining? >> i like cvr refining. my friend dan dickert, knows refining stocks better than anyone li
in that we can look at what the numbers are like across the broader technology landscape, for how much it is people are accessing the internet through mobile devices, and that has been very substantial. but for ebay, the impact on this on the holiday shopping season, was on black monday, the monday after thanksgiving, you had volumes through ebay's mobile app were up three times, year-over-year, and through paypal, their payment, the mobile app there so volumes up two times, just for that one day alone. these numbers were better than the 120% increase discussed for the year as a whole. and certainly auger for n])jñ you could see in the course of 2013. >> susie: what does all of this mean for ebay stock? in 2012 it had a terrific year, the shares were up 75%. after this earnings report, the shares were up about 1% in after-hours trading. what is your ranking on the stock? >> our ranking on the stock is it is trading pretty much at a premium to its growth rate. we haven't seen anything coming out of guidance from the company to say they're raising that growth rate ap appreciationably. a
. seriously. >> i did not vote for it. john: you could navigate the regulations if you are a technology company. >> you hire lawyers and compliance experts to navigate through the bureaucratic maze. to build a strip of just to get permission to break ground it may take between four and five months in texas it could take between four and five years in california. that drives up the cost of housing and business with complexes and factories in california. john: from the outside it is obvious. one works and not as well but the politicians are not faced? >> you have a home field advantage in california that it is a nice place to live along the coast. especially if you're in the highlight industry. everywhere else is desperation, poverty and population running away. the coast can have incredible wealth dynamism but the state has a hard time when. >> another issue that comes into play california is not right to work they have powerful unions, government unions. there is no counterpart in texas. people are free to have associations and unions to spend millions of dollars to promote bigger gover
. it relates to what the gentleman has just been talking about, technology and changes and the way people are influenced by technology. it said, "the stone age may return on the gleaming wings of science, and what might now shower immeasurable material blessings upon mankind, may even bring about its total destruction." i think he is talking about the weapons and guns we have now, also the attacks that hackers could make about the defense of america. if they did dysfunctionize the whole system, what would happen with all the gun-holders in america? if you want to get food from the supermarket, what do you do? no one seems to look at the downside of it and reasoning what it does. that is all. host: thanks for watching us from great britain. guest: i think there are lots of folks who are surprised at the pace of technological change. host: part of a cover story, looking at the president's second term, this focusing on foreign policy and and domestic issues. the obama doctrine calls for ending america's wars, avoiding future ones and nationbuilding here at home. good ideas all. but, mishandl
more than quintupled its the size of our community. we were using technology to open our doors to another generation of women and men where we meet up. we are reaching them where they are, helping them understand what is at stake and adding their voices to our movement. i am proud to say that emily's list is now more than 2 million members strong. let's make it 5 million. let's do it. listt to see emily's expand to the next cycle. i literally mean right now. immediately. there are donor cards at your table and candidates who need to now. we are in the business of winning elections. i have been in that business awhile now. i have opened a lot of envelops from emily's list of donors. i have seen a lot. i have accepted speeches and i have helped make a few republicans give them. this is the difference between joe walsh and tammy, between todd akin and claire mccaskill, between mitt romney and barack obama. [applause] it matters. that is why even as campaigns evolve, our committment to winning will never change. nuts and bolts matter. we will continue to be there at the moments tha
. not out yet. estimates coming down. rich peterson what, role does technology play in this market right now? how important are they? >> it's always the audio. >> in terms of the s&p capital estimates, looking for a 1.4% decline and earnings in the fourth quarter. however, you look at the low point for the earnings decline for the sector we're seeing upturned in the first quarter, second quarter 2013. however, i think, you know, we had a big rise with many m & a deals last year in the sector. investors should not be ignoring the risk out there. so far the s&p 500, so many headwinds out there in terms of what the fed may be raising rates some time. >> okay. so you see technology earnings bottoming here and maybe getting better from here. still, going sob some volatility. >> have we got joe greco? >> glad you're on because every guest we've had on today is bullish and that makes me nervous. usually a bad sign. >> same here. >> you are bearish. tell us why in. >> out of blocks the market is fantastic, but i keep scratching my head as to why, a lot of headwinds. >> the fed is printing money, eve
, in the largest companies, and technology is a driving force in the world economy, so therefore, microsoft, consumer consumption and the growing middle class is a driving force and so that's where mcdonald's fits. and infrastructure building worldwide is a part of the package and that's where ge fits. if those three stocks don't do well, i can't imagine that the financial markets in general will do well. the financial markets can't do well, the world economies can't do well without those three stocks participating. david: peter very quickly the auto sector you think it is ready for a pullback, why? >> only because the stocks themselves really comprise the auto sector have had such a tear, in some cases up 50, 60, 80 percent over the last two years. that having been said, it is a growing sector of the economy. the demand is there. the refresh is there. i think you are going to continue to see great numbers for auto sales, but i think the stocks have gotten a little far ahead of the fundamentals. david: got you. >> thank you peter kenny and jim awad. david: thank you gentlemen. president oba
%. >> leverage is lower, the risk is lower. it's just kind of a -- it's going toward a united technologies -- >> still, it would be the fifth largest bank by assets in the world, 50,000 employees. it's still not as small a piece of the business that they would eventually like it to be. >> it's much pr run, takes much less risk. this stuff's expensive. >> yeah. >> the order backlog, 210 billion. >> didn't you love that? >> up sequentially from the third quarter by about 7 billion. couple that with the gdp out of china, people are beginning to wonder if the industrial play in the fourth quarter is true. >> it's clearly turning in china. electricity usage. pmi, chinese numbers -- it really is an interesting moment. i think the electricity can't be phony. there's a couple -- just the words, he's talking about great momentum. this is a different kind of talk than we've had in a long time. >> he said there was an investment pause in the fourth quarter amongst corporate customers, presumably the fiscal cliff and the uncertainty is going to be under the year that took its toll. now going into 2013
of great technology. if you want to use the technology, i think a lot of the technology is going to get squeezed out by obama care, but whatever technology remains in is expensive. so the costs get transferred on to the consumer. stuart: so it's a form of redistribution. it's redistributing the wealth basically using the healthcare system to do it. >> because you try to cover -- exactly. you try to cover everyone with a product that really not everyone can afford. stuart: all right. i want to move on to a different subject, a real good one this one. i want to give you a pat on the back because you have been reporting on the reopening o f your hospital. is that the langone center of nyu? >> yes. that's the opposite story because that's about an entrepreneurial spirit. that's about employees with no hospital open. they were care takers like anyone to care for. stuart: it was closed because of hurricane sandy? >> there was 15,000 gallons of water in the basement. it was closed. close to a million people a year get their care there in some way shape or form. inpatient or outpatient. they ha
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fingerprints. police say new fringer print scanner technology is helping them capture criminals. critics argue it could go too far. and dominic di-natale is with us. >> hi there, harris, this technology recently helped the mesa police department pin down a homicide suspect in a matter of minutes, but yes, it's raising serious questions about increasing police access to victim's personal information on the fly. >> it's wonderful 'cause where we used to be chasing a rabbit around the bush, trying to identify them. >> mesa patrol officer todd reed is working his beat armed with a new tool identifying suspects, a fingerprint scanner. with the man's concept he scans the left and right index fingers and against the name the man gave. within seconds, it's a match, a clear message to those who might give a false i.d. >> and the truth would help, especially if you gave the information information and pull it up anyway and catch another charge if you're in any way dishonest with the information. >> mesa police department has been trying out a handful of the scanners and soon have a lot more against the
. the flatbed truck is ahead in front of the motorcade. because technology allows it, we are following along. some of the best moments are when the technology fails so we can hope that happens. since we can go to john roberts, we will. john, what is happening there? >> we hoping the technology will serve us well because we have a lot way do go, more than a mile to the white house. you are look at the turn we made on constitution avenue with a fabulous display of military music and ceremony as a number of military marching bands and dressed house platoons came by. just for the report, each of the platoons on the rifles they had a bayonet. there were three presidential limousines behind us. we are 100 feet away from the furthest. two are decoys. one is actually carrying the president. i will not tell you on camera which is carrying the president but obviously if the president gets out that will become apparent quickly. we are now just going the long, long motorcade and this will be one of the biggest motorcades you have ever seen all the way along the parade route between constitution avenue t
technology, we share training, we have a joint terrorism military center. at the end of the day, the entire policy needs to be focused on the countries and we will continue to focus on the true ally or the asset to america, which is israel. i think that countries like libya and other countries that just don't have a grip on their security -- it's a problem and they need to be looked at very closely and the aid and the funding needs to be retracked. >> neil: thank you very much. a quick follow-up to the google -- as i suspected in that report, a better read of it on that advertising thing is propelling google stock, after hours, up 4 bucks. it's a pricey stock, over $700 a share. the news is being received favorably, the advertising compoabt, which could be a harbinger of things to come and we hope by extension, cable news and tv and advertising, as it goes... so we go. so the world goes. so humanity goes. forget the plane. are tempers about to soar on your next southwest flight? while everyone else seems headed in the wrong direction ford is not just going forward, it's going further. intro
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